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On Thursday, July 21, 2016, former boilermaker Clem Côté passed away from mesothelioma – a deadly cancer caused by asbestos. His family, including daughter Michelle Côté, live with the possibility that they may have been exposed to asbestos second-hand.

Asbestos is the leading cause of work-related death in Canada, accounting for over 2,000 deaths each year. Canadian unions are working hard to win a ban on asbestos, to make workplaces and public spaces safer for all.




Winnipeg Airport Strike Alert - distributed on behalf of PSAC: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – July 23,...
Today the Partnership to Defend Public Services, representing more than 110,000 Manitoba workers,...

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Standing Up for Fairness for Injured Workers

It’s hard to believe but Brian Pallister is seriously considering making Workers Compensation less fair for injured workers.

Under pressure from business lobbyists and employer groups, the PC government is looking at changes that would make life more difficult for injured workers to get the support they need and the benefits they deserve – things like:

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